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Joint research with foreign partners

TUSUR cooperates with 20 universities and organizations from the USA, Great Britain, Germany, France, Taiwan and other countries. At present joint research with foreign partners is focused on eight priority research areas.

  1. Nanosized and nanostructured materials and coatings, plasma technologies
  2. Lines of research:
    • Electronic, ionic and plasma technologies modifying surface properties of materials.
    • Synthesis of new materials with preset properties, including nanostructure materials, on the basis of new-generation plasma sources of charged particles and plasma generators.
    • Creation of scientific methods to obtain thermostabilizing coatings with controlled transition between phases.
  3. TUSUR has successfully completed work under seven contracts on plasma physics in partnership with the University of Berkley (the USA)
  4. Partner:
    • University of Berkley (the USA)
  5. TUSUR actively participates in projects of Berkley Lawrence National Laboratory (USA), Darmstadt GSI Acceleration Center (Germany) as well as other laboratories pursuing this line of research.
  6. Superhigh frequency nanoelectronics and radioelectronic systems on its basis
  7. Lines of research:
    • nanoelectronics
    • heterostructures
  8. Partners:
    • University of Limoges (France);
    • University of Lille (France);
    • University of Delft (Netherlands);
    • Research Institute of SHF and Optical Communication, XLIM at the University of Limoges;
    • National Centre of Space Research (CNES), Toulouse (France);
    • Netherlands Institute for Radio Astronomy (ASTRON), Dwingeloo (Netherlands);
    • OMMIC Company (France);
    • Applied Wave Research Co. (USA).
  9. Basic research in radioelectronics
  10. Lines of research:
    • Creation and study of vector static models of fields in surveillance radar stations with synthetic aperture.
    • Creation and experimental validation static models of radio-wave propagation in randomly non-uniform medium.
    • Examination of scientific and engineering principles of measurement radio systems design.
    • Study of methods to increase spatial and time resolution of television sensors.
    • Analysis of methods to create precision TV and computing tools in security and control systems.
    • Study of image recognition, processing of images and multidimensional signals.
  11. In 2001–2007 Research Institute of Radio Engineering Systems based at TUSUR successfully implemented four overseas contracts with the International Research Centre for Telecommunications and Radar (IRCTR, Netherlands) to carry out R&D on polarized radio location. As a result polarized radar of the new generation was built in the Netherlands. This radar simultaneously evaluates all elements of the object scattering matrix with higher accuracy and better resolution capability.
  12. Joint IRCTR-TUSUR research projects:
    • classification and contrast enhancement for complex radio location devices;
    • intensification of polarimetric contrast for radio location devices;
    • development of advanced polarization radars;
    • research on subsurface probing techniques;
    • theoretical and experimental research on soil electrodynamics properties in superwide frequency range.
  13. In 2002 IRCTR-SB (Siberian Branch of the International Research Centre for Telecommunications and Radar in Delft, the Netherlands) was established in TUSUR.
  14. Partners in this research area:
    • Institute of Telecommunications (Poland);
    • Aerospace Research Center (Munich, Germany);
    • University of Nantes (France);
    • Rutherford Laboratory (Great Britain);
    • European Space Research and Technology Center (Netherlands);
    • International Research Centre for Telecommunications and Radar at the Delft University of Technology (Netherlands);
    • Georg-Simon-Ohm Technical University (Germany).
  15. Intelligent automation systems for information processing and control
  16. Lines of research:
    • Navigation systems for moving objects and production control systems
    • Image identification
    • Synthesis of optimal algorithms for identification of stochastic system models
    • Automated software systems EduCAD
  17. Partners in this research area:
    • University of Delft (Netherlands)
    • National Centre of Space Research (CNES), Toulouse (France)
  18. Optoelectronics and nanophotonics
  19. Lines of research:
    • Analysis of impact of light beam self-action in volumetric photorefractive and photopolymeric materials and light waveguides on their basis;
    • Development of optical converter based on nanostructure photorefractive crystals.
  20. Partners:
    • Georg-Simon-Ohm Technical University (Nuernberg, Germany)
    • Technical University (Clausthal, Germany)
    • Friedrich Schiller University of Jena (Germany)
    • University of Kuopio (Finland)
    • Belarusian National Academy of Sciences
    • Belarusian State University
    • I. P. Shamiakin Mozyr State Pedagogical University
  21. International Research Center «Nonlinear Optics and Crystal Spectroscopy " was established to conduct research in the above mentioned area.
  22. Applied research on optical communication
  23. Research laboratory of the German Telecommunications Company (KRONE) was set up in 2003.
  24. Fundamental and applied research in space materials science
  25. Research is carried out in partnership with Shenyang University of Technology (China).
  26. High performance electro-technical systems based on intelligent power devices for aircraft, space equipment and multifunctional systems.
  27. Lines of research:
    • Development and production of control systems for energy-intensive objects and production processes.
    • Creation of warranted power-supply sources based on accumulator UPS systems.
    • Research on programmed high-frequency heating.
    • Design and creation of high performance electro-engineering systems.
  28. Priority tasks:
    • Carry out scientific research and train personnel to design high-efficiency electro-engineering systems.
  29. Application fields:
    • Aircraft and space engineering
    • Railway transport
    • Surgery and emergency assistance
    • Metallurgy
    • Machine-building
    • Chemical industry